Cross-border e-commerce has increasingly become a mainstream way for Chinese consumers to access imported goods without traveling abroad or paying large markups at domestic supermarkets. Over the past few quarters, it has shown explosive growth, led by JD Worldwide, Tmall Global, and specialty platform Netease Kaola.
China's cross-border e-commerce retail market reached 81.57 billion yuan (US$12.3 bn) in Q3 2017.
Among specialty e-commerce platforms devoted solely to cross-border e...
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